Tagged: Traditional Catholicism

Angels and Mothers

Today is the eve of the Ascension of Our Lord into Heaven, and Catholic Harbor of Faith and Morals offers an excellent sermon by Father Prosper Gueranger, Proper of the Time and the Vigil...

The Mountain

The importance of steadfastness during this eclipse of Holy Mother Church cannot be overstated. Facing the unknown often breeds a certain weakness of faith and trust in God, and so much more so does...

The Holy Cross

Tomorrow, May 4th, is the remembrance of the discovery of the Holy Cross by St. Helena, mother of Constantine the Great. This pious woman discovered the Cross of Our Lord buried near Jerusalem in...

Where Have the Children Gone?

The Thinking Housewife draws upon the words of great American essayist Agnes Repplier in the post Arrested Childhood, which calls into question the wholesomeness and wisdom of showering children with gadgets and smothering them...

Australia Meets Bishop Sanborn

It finally dawned. The great day for which we had all been planning, and anxiously awaiting for so many months: the arrival of Bishop Sanborn! There were no Handel-style trumpet voluntaries; instead there was...

A Great Muster

“The bishop sat in lordly state and purple cap sublime, And galvanised the old bush church at Confirmation time; And all the kids were mustered up from fifty miles around, With Sunday clothes, and...

Slowly Dying

Catholic Exchange shares Pope Saint Leo the Great on the Passion of the Lord, a sermon which will inspire proper preparation for Easter communion. The words of this great Pope are timeless. “And because...

Milk, Honey, Beauty

In a post that emphasizes the beauty and fullness of the ancient Paschal traditions, Vultus Christi expounds on these practices and their meaning for both monastic and laypeople, neophytes and veterans. Days of Milk...